The target date for completion is October.
Four months into the development of a huge fulfillment center by international retailer URBN, corporate leaders have narrowed the purpose for the single largest structure Indiana County has ever known.
Philadelphia-based Urban Outfitters Inc. (URBN) recently announced that it would construct an 880,000-square-foot customer fulfillment center
Construction will begin this month and the fulfillment center will open in October 2019.
The URBN center arguably will be the most sprawling structure ever erected in Indiana County
The company estimates that the center will employ a minimum of 225 people, and in the future, possibly as many as 500.
Construction is set to start next month at the Windy Ridge Business and Technology Park.
The state of the art facility has over 1-million square feet of space.
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Philadelphia-based Urban Outfitters is constructing a 1 million square foot e-commerce fulfillment center in Lancaster County, and thanks to a large Economic Growth Initiative grant from the commonwealth, will be adding what will be Pennsylvania’s largest rooftop Solar PV array.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett announced a $3 million grant to help Urban Outfitters, Inc. install a 3MW rooftop solar array at their new Gap fulfillment center in Lancaster County, PA.
Governor announces $3M grant to build Pa.'s largest rooftop array
Gov. Tom Corbett Thursday announced the award of a $3 million Economic Growth Initiative grant to Urban Outfitters, Inc. to install a 3 megawatt solar array on the roof of its new direct-to-consumer fulfillment center in Salisbury Township, Lancaster County.